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Part 7: After Completing Your Application > Distributing Your Application

Chapter 31. Distributing Your Application

Using Linked Tables in a Desktop Database1204
Verifying Server Connection in a Project File1210
Understanding Runtime Mode1213
Creating an Execute-Only Database1214
Creating an Application Shortcut1215
Understanding the Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System1218


Although you can certainly use Microsoft Access to create database applications only for your personal use, most serious users of Access eventually end up building applications to be used by others. If you have created a stand-alone desktop database application, and your users all have the same version of Access installed on their machines, you can simply give them a copy of your database file to run. However, most database applications become really useful when the data is shared by multiple users.


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